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No to “No Exit” — WWU students petition against play

Students say presenting the play could contradict the department’s recent diversity and inclusion efforts By Emily Feek Amid conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion, Western Washington...

The Western Front’s response to racial injustice

Changes made to address current violence toward BIPOC, bias in our reporting Illustration by Julia Vreeman From microaggressions to physical violence, systemic racism...

Whatcom County Commission reports 40% decrease in rape claims, failing to represent total incidents of rape

Commission believes potential data collecting discrepancy to blame.   Survivors of sexual assault often won’t file a report with law enforcement agencies. ...

Brewery holds online games for locals during social distancing

By Bailey Sytsma Stones Throw Brewery has taken Thursday, 7 to 9 p.m. trivia from the bar to the web allowing local customers to come...

Who, exactly, is ‘essential?’

By Emily Feek Non-essential Washington businesses have been closed to the public since March 25, but some non-essential employees are still reporting to work.  Reporting to...

WWU prepares quarantine dorm spaces

An email sent to residents Friday, March 13 says that Stack One, a semi-detached tower of suites, was chosen because it has easy access to the outside and that they hoped to have current residents out by the second week of spring quarter.

Western celebrates first LGBTQ+ Pride Celebration

The Pride flag is raised at Western's LGBTQ+ celebration June 5, 2019. // Photo by Mike Oh By Jordan Burrell Western held its first LGBTQ+ Pride...

Death Cab for Cutie and ODESZA take over Bellingham

Odesza began their performance with suspenseful music followed by the appearance of two horn players. Odesza was formed in Bellingham in 2012 by Harrison...

Bellingham makes room for Makeworth Market

Customers enjoy the upstairs seating, where floor to ceiling windows bring in lots of light. // Photo by Emily Porter By Kayla Sousa When people...

Racing for Records: first-year track & field sprinter Karlington Anunagba making waves

Freshman Karlington Anunagba traveled from Lagos, Nigeria and moved to Manhattan with his siblings three years ago. He is breaking WWU track records and...
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Keeping athletic spirits alive

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